Jesus Blunders

 Jesus Blunders

The entire text of the bible in all its characters and syllables in all its different books in all their multitudinous versions is authenticated as standard and domestically error-free. The authentication is absolute in its wording. It is positive being itself part of the bible. It is all-inclusive being the last sentence of the book as a whole.

Revelation 22:18-19: “To all who hear the words of prophecy this book contains, I give this warning. If anyone adds to them, god will add to his punishment the plagues which this book threatens; and if anyone cancels a word in this book of prophecy, god will cancel his share in the book of life, in the holy city, in all that this book promises.” (Readers will note how the authors have knowingly cancelled the term “God” by taking away the capitalisation.

(The christian god is a unique ex-god and not supreme god as he affects to be. This singular affectation turned him rather into supreme devil.)

Jesus goes into panic every time he senses that his true identity as Satan the devil supreme might be detected.

A typical example is Mark 9:14-18 and 21-25 where he blunders in panic over apparent signs of detection of his identity.

Mark 9:14-18: “When he reached his disciples, he found great multitude gathered around them, and some of the scribes disputing with them. The multitude, as soon as they saw him, were overcome with awe, and ran up to welcome him. He asked them, what is the dispute you are holding among you? And one of the multitude answered, master, I have brought my son to thee; he is possessed by a dumb spirit, and wherever it seizes on him, it tears him and he foams at the mouth, and gnashes his teeth, and his strength is drained from him. And I bade the disciples cast it out, but they were powerless.” Mark 9:25-26: “And Jesus, seeing how the multitude was gathering round them rebuked the unclean spirit; thou dumb and deaf spirit, he said, it is I that command thee; come out of him, and never enter into him again. With that, crying aloud and throwing him into a violent convulsion, it came out of him.” The boy’s father had said the spirit was dumb. But Jesus reproaches it as “dumb and deaf” Since the spirit was only dumb, Jesus blundered when he called it dumb and deaf. Moreover, the spirit hears and obeys Jesus when asked to come out. This shows it is not deaf.

Jesus committed the blunder out of panic. He rebuked the spirit when he found that a multitude of people were closing in. He evidently wanted to get the unclean spirit away from the scene before the people came too near. He goes into panic in the hurry.

That is why he commits the blunder. His panic is caused by sudden awareness of the possibility of detection of his identity as super Satan and the chief of all unclean spirits. It so happens the awareness gets the better of him on this occasion.